I hope this helps you try and understand how LinkedIn works. I have had a great experience. The hard work paid off when I got two writing stints and an internship offer through LinkedIn itself. By Neeati NarayanRead More
Interview with Raghav Chakravarthy & Sachin Ravi; SLS Pune-ICICI Alumnus: Going About Start-Ups [Part II]
A focus on becoming aware of what direction the student wants to pursue. Investing time and effort in realizing where one wants to end up is preferable as opposed to making a quick decision based on the norm. In law school, immerse yourself in many projects/internships so that you recognize what works and doesn’t work for you.Read More
It is very important to have fun at what you do (for example, if you like playing football it is irrespective if you play for Manchester United or Liverpool; on second thoughts I think I will stick with Man Utd) and more importantly, it is important to be true to yourself.Read More
Interview with Raghav Chakravarthy & Sachin Ravi; SLS Pune-ICICI Alumnus: Going About Start-Ups [Part I]
Taking the decision has not been easy. There have been a fair bit of sacrifices and conscious cut down in lifestyle choices to becoming financially sustainable.However taking the decision has been liberating and you feel vulnerable and naked of sorts letting yourself open to the world!Read More
Like a wise man once said: “To be independent of public opinion is the first formal condition of achieving anything great.” One more thing – we never see it that way but law school helps us tell stories. After all, we’re really telling great stories (hopefully true!) in moot courts etc.! Telling stories well is a powerful skill set – useful right through life.Read More
There is no such thing as a perfect application as there is always a scope of improvement. However, anyone interested in this fellowship should choose a particular policy topic of their interest and follow it diligently on regular basis. With this, the applicant will have no problem with the policy essay. Interviewers are smart people, they know if the essay is backed with a 6 hour or 6 months research.Read More
Within my first few days at work, I was slapped into understanding that I just couldn’t talk through my hat and that my opinions had to be substantiated with the relevant provisions of law. I was taught to question every single word I read.Read More
The adaptability of the prospective candidate, overall personality, communication skills, and finer personal traits like dedication, hard work, ethics is also equally important for recruiters in an on-campus placement.
During the process of internship, the over all work performance is taken into consideration by the recruiting law firm to consider the eligibility and merit of the internee. The law firm also considers aspects like quality of work, ability to co-ordinate, team spirit, punctuality, and diligence.
There’s something liberating about the craftsman mindset: It asks you to leave behind self-centered concerns about whether your job is “just right,” and instead put your head down and plug away at getting really damn good. No one owes you a great career, it argues; you need to earn it – and the process won’t be easy.Read More
However, what is indispensable is the right attitude – to be ready to work and show commitment towards work. Further, long hours of work and stress are inevitable in the profession. So learn to relax and be composed even in stressful situations. Your maturity as a professional will reflect from your composure and ability to handle tough situations calmly.Read More
Aditya Sondhi wears many hats. His contemporaries respect him for his legal prowess. Those who have heard him in courts have high regards for his top notch oratory skills. He is a fabulous writer with a book called ‘Unfinished Symphony’ published. Our readers who like good writing must read this piece called ‘Tipsy takes it on the chin’ published in Deccan Herald. Mr. Sondhi is a brilliant law teacher too.Read More